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Marine Biome

By: Mallory Ambrosio
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Marine Biome
By: Mallory Ambrosio The marine biome is also known as
the ocean biome. Basically, all of the
ocean ecosystems combined makes up the marine biome. The marine biome covers 70% of the Earth's surface! Area Covered by Marine Biome The average temperature of my biome is about 39 degrees Fahrenheit. Obviously, the surface of the water is a lot warmer than the deeper, darker parts of the ocean. Average Temperature of the Marine Biome 5 major producers that thrive in the marine biome
are....
Algae
Kelp
Seaweed
Phytoplankton
Laminderia [type of kelp] Producers in Marine Biome edtech2.boisestate.edu buzzle.com ucmp.berkeley.edu earthsky.org Group Group Member Member Member Member Member Member Member (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr copy paste branches if you need more.... Some consumers in the marine biome include carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores. Carnivores- Salmon, Sea Turtles, Pufferfish, Sharks, and Seals Herbivores- Dugongs, Clams, and Krill Omnivores- Shrimp, Sea Uruchins, Snails, Crabs, and Slugs Some Marine decomposers include bacteria and Fungi. Marine scavengers include flat worms, lobsters, crabs, and clams. Marine Decomposers/ Scavengers Food Chains in the Marines Food Web in Marines Plankton Lobster Shrimp Phytoplankton Crabs Snails Algae Sea Otter Sharks Whales Squid Consumers in Marine Biome Krill Squid Octopus Shrimp Plankton My favorite species living in my biome is the Sea Otter! Favorite Species! jyi.org Abiotic Factors for Sea Otter - Water is needed for Sea Otters to rest upon and to drink. - Land is needed so that the Sea Otters can escape from predators quickly. It also gives them a rest from laying on their backs all day. Biotic Factors for Sea Otter - Seaweed is needed as a place to rest on, or a bed for the Sea Otters. It also provides food for them. - Clams affect their survival rate for food. If there are enough, Sea Otters will live. If there aren't enough, the Sea Otters will die! - Squid affects their survival rate just as much as clams do. If there aren't enough, the Sea Otters will die! Plants in the marine biome have adapted to their environment by absorbing lots of Carbon Dioxide, which reduces the severe climate changes. They also live in the "Euphotic Zone" of the ocean, where the plants can photosynthesize. The Euphotic Zone is the area of the ocean that the sunlight hits the most. Plant Adaptation Sea Otter Adaptation Did you know? Fun Facts!!!!!!!! - The largest mammal on Earth lives in the marine biome! That mammal is the Blue Whale and they eat up to about 40,000,000 krill in one day!!! - Scientists say that phytoplankton provides half of the Earth's oxygen! - The Sea Otter has about 1,000,000 hairs per square inch on its body! animal-wildlife.blogspot.om otterproject.org gtresearchnews.gatech.edu Information from:enchantedlearning.com The Sea Otter has adapted to its environmental conditions by having very dense and waterproof fur to keep it warm. They also have webbed hind feet for swimming. Oil spills cause the Sea Otter's fur to lose its waterproof quality, and the Otter will freeze an might even get Hypothermia! animals.nationalgeographic.com kids.nceas.uscb.edu Information found on...www.thewildclassroom.com Information from........kids.nceas.uscb.edu chemistry.about.com Information found on......
ths.sps.lane.edu and
kids.nceas.ucsb.edu seaturtle-world.com Information found on......
enchantedlearning.com planetanimalzone.blogspot.com Information found on... keep3.sjfe.edu Information found on....enchantedlearning.com Information found on...
enchantedlearning.com itmonline.org danshamptons.com - Sunlight is needed to keep the Sea Otters warm so that they don't freeze! earthobservatory.nasa.gov Did you know? Fun Facts!!!!!!!!!! The largest mammal in the world lives in the marine biome! That mammal is the Blue Whale and they eat about 40,000,000 Krill in one day! Scientists say that Phytoplankton provide the Earth with half of its oxygen! The Sea Otter has about 1,000,000 hairs per square inch! gtresearchnews.gatech.edu true-wildlife.blogspot.com Information from......
kids.nceas.ucsb.edu and
rrms-biomes.tripod.com Blue area= Marine Biome! Information from slides 8 and 9 was found on keep3.sjfe.edu Hope you had a "blast!" Hope you had a "blast!" nmfs.noaa.gov Information from...........enchantedlearning.com Information from....enchantedlearning.com planetanimalzone.blogspot.com jyi.org
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